To measure true progress in the new post-2015 development agenda, we need more than a mere data revolution — a “gender data revolution” is the way to go. An exclusive opinion by U.N. Women Deputy Executive Director John Hendra and Eduardo Sojo, president of the Mexican National Institute of Geography, Statistics and Informatics.
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